Immigration And The United States

1218 Words Oct 9th, 2015 5 Pages
Many of you are aware of the immigration issue we are facing on a day to day basis. There are many opinions regarding immigration and immigrants but it is time for some facts to be brought to the public eye. Firstly, who are immigrants? When most of us think of the term immigrants Latin American individuals come to our mind or cheap laborers who don’t speak our language. Technically speaking, all of our ancestors were immigrants. The English language itself is a derived from the Germanic language. Ethnic background should not matter in the quality of a person and all the racist comments and views on immigrants are really contradictory, seeing as everyone in the United States has a different amount of diversity in their ancestry. Every single one of us most likely wouldn’t even be here if it wasn’t for our ancestors immigrating. Immigration is not bringing problems to our society, it is what makes the United States so special. it brings different cultures and customs for all to see and experience. I know first hand the struggles that individuals face trying to immigrate to the U.S. and immigrants that are already here trying to live out a normal life. I personally think we should allow everyone to come into the United States. As for illegal immigrants, just allow them to stay here. Immigrants, illegal or not, benefit our society and economy on many levels. This is a human right for all to have, and it is completely impossible to deport every illegal immigrant that is living…

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